Amber Heard Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Amber Heard is an American actress and model with a net worth of $4.5 million. Amber Heard brought in her net worth from the various movies and television characters she’s starred in. Produced Amber Laura Heard on April 22, 1986, in Austin, Texas, she’s proved to be not only pretty-faced but gifted also as she continues to be handling parts in various genres, be it a comedy, activity or experience. Despite the fact that Amber was blessed with a visage that has been like tailor made for modeling, that dream of hers failed to materialize.
Amber Heard Net Worth $4.5 Million Dollars
But Heard received a play to play instead, starting her career with minor roles on TV shows like the hit teen drama The O.C. (Fox, 200307). It absolutely was 2011, when Amber was cast in the much buzzed-around, but short lived drama show The Playboy Club (NBC, 2011- ). Then refused to comment freely on both of the alleged relationships.
The film's producers for London Fields sued her for not abiding to her contractual obligations one of which is to act in scenes requiring nudity. [November 2016].
Sued for $10 million for breach-of-contract for her new film London Fields (2016) [November 2016].
The filmmakers claim Heard had the right to view all nude and sex scenes and approve the final cut, accept payment for all acting services. But because of her alleged refusal to shoot the film's nude moments, key scenes in the script had to be removed and rewritten to accommodate her behavior. [November 2016].
Filed for divorce from Johnny Depp on 25th May, 2016. The following day, Heard was granted a domestic violence restraining order against Depp in relation to a physical altercation between the couple, which resulted in Heard filing for divorce in the first place.
Donated all of her $7 million of her divorce settlement from Johnny Depp to charity.
Inducted into the Texas Film of Fame on March 6,2014 in Austin, Texas.
Charged with two counts of dog smuggling after illegally bringing her and Johnny Depp's dogs to Australia. For the same journey to Australia, she was charged with producing a false document relating to information on an incoming passenger card. [July 2015]
She has Scots-Irish (Northern Irish), English, Irish, German, Scottish, and Welsh ancestry.
Voted #35 on Ask men's top 99 'most desirable' women of 2012.
Ranked #25 in the 2010 FHM UK list of "100 Sexiest Women in the World".
Ranked #34 in the 2011 FHM list of "100 Sexiest Women in the World".
At the age of 16, her best friend died in a car crash and Heard, who was raised Catholic, subsequently declared herself an atheist, due to the influence of the works of Ayn Rand and George Orwell.
Dropped out of school at the age of 17, to go to New York to start a career in modeling, she then relocated to Los Angeles to get into acting.
In December 2010 she "came out" to the crowd at the 25th anniversary celebration for GLAAD (The Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation). She also told the website www.afterellen.com that for several years, her romantic partner has been photographer Tasya van Ree. They have since split up.
Ranked #13 on Maxim magazine Hot 100 Women of 2010 list.
Has a golden teacup Yorkie dog named Pistol, who was featured alongside Heard for Teen Vogue's "Young Hollywood" issue in October 2009.
Has two sisters.
Father is David C. Heard, a successful commercial contractor in Austin, Texas.
Ranked #21 on the Maxim magazine Hot 100 Women of 2008 list.
Has been named one of the most beautiful rising stars by Jane Magazine, shared with Kellan Rhude.
The last few years have been non-stop for me. I've been going from job to job without even going home in-between jobs for the last year. And I'm doing what I love. I'm enjoying the perks of the job-the travel. I am having a great time being a shape shifter and I'm really getting a kick out of it. I love my job.
I'm looking to find good stories, not big commercial pieces of work.
I am constantly struggling to show people that there is more to me than my appearance. You do have to try and overcome those hurdles. Female actresses need to be given the chance to be more than how they look. There's two categories for women in Hollywood; you're either sexy and that's it, or you're not and because of that you often get given better opportunities. You can't be sexy and get as many good roles, fact. It's so frustrating to see women compartmentalized in those ways, but it's not going to change until the amount of female filmmakers and producers get to anywhere near being half. So many female characters and stories are written by men. It's a flawed system.
I don't take parts because they're for the sexy girl. I take the sexy girl parts and try to give them something else and make them a character. I just know that, at some point, you have to choose between the two. We didn't take Charlize Theron seriously until she did Monster (2003) and became physically ugly. I would love to see women be able to be powerful, complex, smart, opinionated and taken seriously, even if they are beautiful. Even more, I would love to see women held to different standards, other than the superficial ones that we're held to.
We women still make up like one, maybe two percent of the directors [in Hollywood] and until we make up a bigger or I guess a more significant majority or proportion of the filmmakers or until we have a larger stake in the prospective makers, then we won't accurately accomplish that representation.
I've had amazing, successful relationships with men, and now I have an amazing, successful relationship with a woman, and the bottom line is I love who I love.
[on her The Rum Diary (2011) character] I liked the juxtaposition--I liked that she looks like this archetype of a leading lady, this 1950s housewife-in-the-making, the kind of iconic symbol of a woman at that time, this commodity or something that represents the elite status or rather, what the elite status strives to obtain in life or what they value in life and she kind of looks like that, superficially and represents all these things very well on the surface but yet is not that underneath--she's flawed and kind of vulnerable and fiercely independent and rebellious and I relate to a lot of those qualities and like that she's not what she looks like.
[on supposedly "coming out"] First of all, to say I came out implies that I was once in. Let me be straight about that--no pun intended. I never came out from anywhere . . . It didn't really affect anything in my career. I don't think the producers and directors I've worked with care one way or another . . . I don't want to be labeled as one thing or another. In the past I've had successful relationships with men, and now I'm in this successful relationship with a woman. When it comes to love I am totally open. I don't want to be put into a category, as in "I'm this" or "I'm that".
[on transitioning from modeling to acting] My father persuaded me to take classes, and my first agent in Austin paid for them. I'd always wanted to be an actress. I did it in high school and fell in love with it, but I was distracted by the modeling industry because I wanted to travel and get out of my hometown. It was the easier ticket.
I've worked really hard to bring something more to "pretty girl" roles over the years. I consider it a challenge.